Man accused of hanging dog from fence

Man arrested after pit bull found hanging from fence

A man was arrested in Dalton, Georgia, after a pit bull was discovered hanging from a fence on Sunday. According to News Channel 9, 27-year-old Corey Yarbrough is facing a charge of animal cruelty for the incident.

Yarbrough’s alleged act of cruelty was discovered when a witness saw him walk with a pit bull near Dalton High’s Harmon Field, but return without the dog a short time later. The witness found the dog hanging by its leash from a fence when she went near Harmon Field to investigate.

The woman managed to get the dog off of the fence and called 9-1-1, Yarbrough was later arrested. The dog who was hanged from the fence was not injured and was taken to Whitfield County Animal Control.

(Image via screenshot News Channel 9)

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8 replies
  1. Marsha Squibb says:

    What the hell is in these rednecked assholes heads???Stop the incest and maybe in 3 generations you’ll think like a normal person!!!

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  2. Red says:

    DO NOT LET HIM GET AWAY WITH THIS.
    Minimum of 5 years in jail, minimum of $10,000 fine and a life time ban on every owning, adopting or living in the same home as an animal of any kind. This creep is a useless waste of human flesh.

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  3. Barkley's Mom says:

    Why does someone do such a thing? I am so sick of these POS’s and he will get a slap on the wrist and maybe a fine! It’s time someone starts punishing these monsters and maybe they will see it doesn’t pay to hurt your dog!

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